Linux VServer Project is doing just fine now
Posted Dec 6, 2005 7:26 UTC (Tue) by gvy
In reply to: Linux VServer Project has done this for years
Parent article: The first stable OpenVZ release
Hm, Kirill, did you compare OVZ and VS1.x or 2.x?
From what I've heard, 2.x is quite capable regarding resource management and provisioning, seems like it quite stacks against Solaris 10 containers.
And it's quite actively forward-ported, I see 188.8.131.52-vs2.0 patch on their site right now. It's critical given such a security bug-ridden kernel as 2.6.x presently is, AFAIR there were at least one local kernel since 2.6.8 (maybe I'm still sleepy though).
Maybe it's worth bothering SWsoft's mgmt regarding some kind of "merger" proposal? I somehow can't deny the thought that the whole OpenVZ thing is some kind of move on their part (perhaps motivated by you, goldhead and friends?) feeling that proprietary technology just loses its relevance here, facing VServer, Xen, and OTOH VMware and maybe even to some degree qemu.
Good luck on doing good things, anyways. Privet vsem :)
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